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Highlights in the May Issue:
The “Fired Murrieta Cop Fires Back” article provides information that was not carried by the mainstream press. Many media outlets picked up on the story after the fired cop, Chad Bennett, sent an email on April 10 to fellow officers, the media, and Murrieta Councilmen. Credibility of Bennett's claims of corruption in the Murrieta Police Department are based on our publisher's personal experiences with the PD and on first-hand knowledge of corruption in the department as reported to us over the years from “insiders with integrity”.
What else is inside the May issue? An alert on the theft of direct deposit social security benefits, roses in bloom at the Rose Haven Heritage Garden, and for baseball fans there is the movie review of “42” with a comment from a knowledgeable fan who recognized a glaring error in the movie. There is also a retrospective on the World Series 1920 style. A May 4 performance depicting the life of the co-founder of the Salvation Army, UCR’s May lectures on the Science of Disease, Concierge Medicine as an alternative to insurance-only health care, a Community Voice column on homosexuality and the marriage vs. civil union or domestic partnership options for rights given under government authority. Many other May events, club meetings, and more are just a click away with the convenience of our pdf file.
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